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Scott R. Allen, M.D.

Associate Professor, Medicine
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Academic Office Location:
UConn Health
263 Farmington Avenue
Farmington, CT 06030-3802
Phone: 800-535-6232
Curriculum Vitae:
B.A.Cornell UniversityBiology
M.D.University of Vermont College of MedicineMedicine

Post-Graduate Training
InternshipUniversity of Massachusetts Medical Center
ResidencyUniversity of Massachusetts Medical CenterInternal Medicine
FellowshipUniversity of Massachusetts Medical CenterGeneral Medicine/Primary Care

Name of Award/HonorAwarding Organization
2022 World's Best Hospitals Top 500 honorNewsweek
Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade. Letter grade "A" Spring and Fall 2022Leapfrog Group
Carechex Overall Medical Care Top 10% in the Nation in Patient Safety 2020Quantros
Patient Safety Collaborative: ACGME Pathway Leaders for Pursuing Excellence in Clinical Learning Environments InitiativeACGME
T. Stewart Hamilton, M.D. Fellowship in Healthcare Management AwardHartford Hospital
University of Connecticut Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency Program Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching (1994-95, 1995-96, 1996-97, 1997-98, 2005-06)University of Connecticut
Junior Member of Alpha Omega AlphaALPHA OMEGA ALPHA
B.A. with Distinction in All SubjectsCORNELL UNIVERSITY
Name & DescriptionCategoryRoleTypeScopeStart YearEnd Year
Board of Trustees, Capital Area Health ConsortiumProfessional/Scientific OrganizationMember; Vice ChairExternalRegional2013
Graduate Medical Education CommitteeEducation CommitteeMemberUConn HealthUniversity2004
Quality Assessment and Performance Improvement CommitteeChairUConn HealthLocal
JDH Safety HuddleCo-ChairLocal
Safety Intelligence Review CommitteeCo-ChairLocal
UConn Health Clinical Policy CommitteeCo-ChairLocal
JDH Grievance CommitteeMemberLocal
JDH Utilization Management CommitteeMemberLocal
Medication Safety & IV Guidelines CommitteeMemberLocal
UConn School of Medicine Committee on Undergraduate EducationEducation CommitteeMemberLocal
Connecticut Hospital Association Patient Care Quality CommitteeMemberState
Connecticut Hospital Association Clinical Executive Steering CommitteeMemberState
Connecticut Hospital Association Precursor Event Task ForceCo-ChairState

Journal Articles


  • Monitoring occupational stress during internship
    Allen SR Journal of General Internal Medicine 2005 Jan;20(Suppl. 1):160

Conference Papers

Title or AbstractTypeSponsor/EventDate/YearLocation
Experiences with a Hospital-Wide Safety Huddle DashboardTalkEpic Users Group Meeting2022Verona, WI
Annual National Forum on Quality Improvement in HealthcarePosterInstitute for Healthcare Improvement2013Orlando, FL
Extramedullary Hematopoiesis Without an EtiologyPosterSociety of General Internal Medicine2006Boston, MA
Monitoring Occupational Stress during InternshipPosterSociety of General Internal Medicine2005New Orleans, LA
Fatigue and Pancytopenia in an Edlerly WomanPosterAmerican College of Physicians2005Southington, CT
AchalasiaPosterAmerican College of Physicians2005Southington, CT
Resident-Attending Interaction on a Hospitalist Teaching Service.PosterAssociation of Program Directors in Internal Medicine2004New Orleans, LA
Monitoring Occupational Stress during InternshipPosterSociety of General Internal Medicine2004Hanover, N.H.
An Investigation to Determine the Level of Adherence to ADA Diabetic Foot Exam Guidelines.PosterSociety of General Internal Medicine2003Storrs, CT
Screening for Microalbuminuria in Diabetic Patients by Physicians in Greater Hartford AreaPosterSociety of General Internal Medicine2003Storrs, CT.
Quality Improvement Curriculum for the Generalist PhysicianPosterSociety of General Internal Medicine2003Storrs, CT
Malaria Prophylaxis, an Integral part of Your Patient’s Travel ItineraryPosterAmerican College of Physicians 2003Southington, CT
Case of the Clever CarcinoidPosterAmerican College of Physicians2003Southington, CT:
Caught at the CrossroadsPosterAmerican College of Physicians2003Southington, CT.
Psychiatric issues in Primary Care; Preop. Eval.; Screening and Health PromotionTalkPrimary Care Internal Medicine Residency Program1999Farmington, CT
Implementation of Managed Care CurriculumTalkPartnerships for Quality Education National1999New York City, NY
Managed Care Curriculum WorkshopTalkAssociation of Program Directors in Internal Medicine,1999New Orleans, LA
Principles of EpidemiologyTalkPGY-1 Ambulatory Block, Primary Care Internal1998Farmington, CT
Journal Club/Critical review of the literatureTalkPGY-1 Ambulatory Block, Primary1998Farmington, CT
Principles of Continuous Quality ImprovementTalkPGY-1 Ambulatory Block,Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency Program1998Farmington, CT
Journal Club SeminarTalkDivision of General Internal Medicine1998Farmington, CT
Managed Care Curriculum, Theme Project PresentationTalkPartnerships for Quality Education1998Chicago, IL
Preoperative Pulmonary Evaluation, Recent Advances in Internal MedicineTalkUCHC1997Farmington, CT
Anthropometric Evaluation of In Utero Growth in Neonates of Diabetic and Non-Diabetic WomenPosterNew England Perinatal Society Annual Meeting1986Woodstock, Vermont
Anthropometric Evaluation of In Utero Growth in Neonates of Diabetic and Non-Diabetic WomenPosterSociety of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting1986New Orleans, LA
Anthropometric Evaluation of the Full Term Neonate in Northern Vermont.PosterNew England Perinatal Society Annual Meeting1984Woodstock, Vermont